Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques


NIF 12 and DC 4
Waring and Gillows, a rosewood bow fronted display cabinet. An outstanding Arts and Crafts display cabinet, with stylised ebony and pewter inlays. Arched beveled mirror to the back above display area, flanked by two upper shelves stylised inlaid detail below, with three glazed cabinets underneath. The lower doors with stylised floral entwined heart details. The whole standing on eight square tapering legs united by a lower display area.
Height 74”, Width 60" Depth 21.5"
C1899.
£POA

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DC 5.
Liberty and Co. A Display Cabinet in Mahogany with fruitwood inlays.
1900s
Dimensions: H 49', W 28', D 16'.
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DC 6.
Edward Barnsley designed by, made by Charles Bray.
A superior and impressive Cotswold School walnut breakfront glazed bookcase/cabinet designed by Edward Barnsley, and made by Charles Bray, dated 1932, with fine ebony and chequer inlaid detailing around each of the upper glazed doors with turned ebony handles and adjustable shelves behind. Flanked by slender concealed cupboards with adjustable shelves and further open adjustable shelves to each of the ends, the lower section with three conforming shaped cupboards with double fielded doors flanked with fitted end cabinets, with five drawers of various depths to each.
Provenance Mrs D.E. Neale, commissioned in 1932. Aspects of Victorian and Edwardian Decorative Arts,Fischer Fine Art, catalogue number 6 illustrated page 13, description page 15 Private collection.
H 77', W 88', D 24'.
1932
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DC 7.
Gordon Russell Broadway. Designed by W.H Russell FSIA. Cabinet maker C.E Grantham, deisgn number R818, Date July 1968. A mohogany 'Burford' dining suite, comprising of a low side board, with surpentine front; six dining chairs and an extending dining table with one leaf.
Sideboard Height 32" , Width 81" , Depth 19".
Table Height 30", width 70", depth 40.5".
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DC 8.
An English Art Nouveau cabinet with Queen Anne shaped top, the doors with parquetry panels depicting Art Nouveau women and men playing musical instruments to the upper and lower doors. The upper cupboard opening to reveal a fretwork Japanese scene to the back and parquetry floral details. The lower doors opening to reveal stylised floral details in vibrant colours with a lower drawer.
Height 43" , Width 20.5" , Depth 16.25".
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DC 9.
A Glasgow School oak display cabinet attributed to E A Taylor and made by Wylie and Lochhead, with a Ruskin heart to the top and stylised butterflies with white Heart details to the stain glass, a very handy slide above the drawer with slatted details to the lower sides with display or book shelve to the base.
Height 71 1/2", Width at cornice 36", Depth at cornice 15". Circa 1900.
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Display Cabinets

DC 10
Goodhall, Lambs and Heighway. A superior quality Mahogany display cabinet. Stylised floral inlays of fruitwoods and ebony, framed by chequer inlays. The sweeping top with central cubby hole inlaid with a Glasgow rose to each corner and twin turned uprights to the centre, flanked by two display cupboards with Glasgow style stained glass and further inlaid roses to each side. Two main display cabinets below with upper inlaid stylised Glasgow Roses to the centre and an elongated whiplash stem and rose details below. With chequered inlays and twin turned columns to each side with further stylised inlays below.
Height 68" 175cm, Width 50" 129cm, Depth 16 1/2" 44cm. Circa 1900.
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DC 11
Design attributed to E.A.Taylor made by Wylie and Lochhead.
An Arts and Crafts display/sideboard, with green glass Voysey style tree details, pierced in each corner with hearts.
Height 77 1/2", Depth 17", Width 42". Circa 1903.
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DC 12
A Secessionist Mahogany display cabinet with stylised floral carvings to the top centre and to the lower outer sides of the doors with impressive stylised brass handles and hinges.
Height 69 3/4", Width 38 1/2, Depth 15 1/2". Circa 1900.
£1500.

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DC 13
A Glasgow Style break front display cabinet designed attributed to G.M.Ellwood for J.S.Henry with stylised inlaid Bull rushes to the centre and each side with further inlaid circular motifs below and twin tapering uprights below. The upper door has a in house design number stamped into it.
Height 69", Width 42, Depth in the centre 16", Depth at the sides 9 1/2". Circa 1900.
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DC 14
An Arts and Crafts flame Mahogany display cabinet with stylised floral inlays, the door has a very unusual stylised floral whiplash silvered overlay on copper which has stylised triangular details to the top and both sides and little ying yang cut-out to the lower centre. It has its original plush green fabric interior retaining it's original key.
Height 69", Width 39", Depth 16". Circa 1900.
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DC 15
J S Henry. A side/music cabinet with enamel plaque to the centre of the upper door the plaque attributed to Jessie M King, surrounded by pewter inlay and pewter squares.
Height 59", Width 28", Depth 16 1/4". Circa 1900.
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DC 16
A little display cabinet in the Anglo-Japanese style with chequer string inlays and stylised leaded and coloured glass to the door.
Height 49", Depth 14", Width 20". Circa 1900.
£1800.

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DC 17
An Art Deco figured Walnut coctail cabinet with an open out mirrored drinks area with chromed fittings and a cupboard below with space for more glasses and a bottle draw, on splayed feet originally purchased from Harrods.
£SOLD.

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DC 18
A Glasgow style oak wall cabinet with inlaid and a brass pipe tray to the bottom.
Height 35", Depth of cornice 7 3/4", Width of cornice 14 3/4". Circa 1900.
£550.

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DC 19
Large Glasgow style Arts and Crafts wall cabinet with side opening doors and drop down centre door.
Circa 1900.
£400 requires restoration.

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DC 20.
Shapland & Petter of Barnstable. A super quality Edwardian walnut display cabinet, stamped S&P.B. to the locks.
Height 48" , Width 47 1/2" , Depth 13".
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DC SOLD 50
A Glasgow School cabinet designed by George Logan and made by Wylie and Lochhead. A bedroom suite by George Logan which he designed for the Wylie and Lochhead Pavillion Exhibition of 1901 also has Harebells and tiny little carved butterflys which are almost identical, it is quite likely that this cabinet was exhibited at that exhibition.
The cabinet has a superb pierced and carved stylised butterfly to the centre back and display area below, flanked by stylsed floral carved details to the upper frontal ends and 3 fantastic lead glass panels almost certainly made by Macullocks who made glass for Wylie and Lochhead depicting 3 pure white plump Doves in flight with Harebells growing from the lower section panels in sliding doors with adjustable shelves behind.
Height 49", Width 47", Depth 13 3/4". Circa 1901.
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DC SOLD 51
A display cabinet by Shapland and Petter of Barnstaple, with stylised floral inlay's.
Height 67", Depth 14", Width from cap to cap 47". Circa 1900.
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DC SOLD 53
A good display cabinet by Robsons and Sons of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with stylised Mother of Pearl and fruit woods inlay's and a central inlaid peacock flanked by Glasgow style roses and further stylised floral inlays. Original label to the top of the door.
Height 6', Depth 17", Width 52 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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DC SOLD 54
An inlaid display cabinet inlaid with fruitwood and Mother of Pearl.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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DC SOLD 55
An Arts and Crafts Mahogany display cabinet with copper, pewter and fruitwood inlays.
Height 70", Depth of cornice 16", Width of cornice 36". Circa 1905.
£SOLD.
There is also a matching overmantle available below if required or it is available seperately.

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